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Sunrise Movement Tufts is building a coalition of young people at Tufts University to join the fight to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process. Learn more on their Facebook page.
SEA’s mission is to create a community of passionate students who care deeply about the environment and who are dedicated to creating a more sustainable campus and world through education and mobilization. Contact them on Facebook or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
TCA is committed to fighting climate change in solidarity with climate justice. Learn more on their Facebook page.
TEG focuses on engaging and educating the Tufts community about energy issues. Learn more on their Facebook page.
TLC promotes community between students and campus workers through events and activism. Learn more on their Facebook page.
EWB is a student group that carries out sustainable engineering projects in developing countries. Learn more on their website or Facebook page.
UP3 allows students to learn about city planning, architecture, transportation, sustainable design, and more. Learn more on their website or Facebook page.
Students on the Boston Health Sciences campus are invested in diverting food scraps from landfill whenever possible to reduce our environmental impact. Email them at email@example.com to learn more and make sure to check out their Instagram.
TSA is a student group devoted to building student power to fight for racial, economic, and gender justice. Learn more on their Facebook page.
A group of members of the Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) dedicated to increasing sustainability awareness and capacity throughout the DVM classes. Learn more through the general SAVMA website, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical Students for a Sustainable Future (MS4SF) focuses on teaching about the health impacts of climate change and advocating for sustainability in local health institutions and state legislation. Learn more about the national organization on their website. You can contact the Tufts University chapter at email@example.com.
The Fletcher Arctic Initiative hosts student-run annual conferences at The Fletcher School that bring together policymakers, business leaders, academics, and students to address the implications of a volatile Arctic. Learn more at their website.
TEC is an annual conference hosted by the Tufts Institute of the Environment that focuses on key energy issues. Learn more at their website. If you would like to join the planning committee, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Eco-Reps are paid students who work for the Office of Sustainability to promote sustainability in their residence halls and on campus. They plan educational events, run the residence hall compost program, and provide sustainability resources to their peers. Learn more on their webpage or Facebook page.
The GreEco Rep program is run through the Eco-Reps, but works specifically with Greek Life to promote campus sustainability. Learn more on their webpage or Facebook page.
The Hive (formally the Green House) is a sustainability-themed housing unit located in the Latin Way apartments. If you’d like to intentionally incorporate sustainability into your residential experience, consider applying to live in the Hive! Learn more on their webpage or Facebook page.
Tufts Bikes is a student-run organization promoting biking culture at Tufts. They maintain a free campus bikeshare program available through the Tisch library, and offer free bike repair services at their shop at 28 Sawyer Ave. If you’re interested in learning about bike repair, safety, administration and more, get involved with Tufts Bikes! Learn more on their website or Facebook page.
TMC organizes all types of outdoor activities - hiking, climbing, kayaking, skiing, and more! They also run the Tufts Loj, located in Woodstock, NH. Become a member to take advantage of outdoor opportunities and gear rental, or get involved as a trip leader! Learn more on their website or Facebook page.
The Student Garden is a student-run garden located behind the Latin Way apartments. Students cultivate produce and other plants, while learning about gardening techniques and low-impact agriculture. Learn more on their Facebook page.
Food Rescue works to address food insecurity while minimizing food waste from the dining halls. Student volunteers turn dining hall leftovers into complete meals, which are donated to local families in need. Learn more on their webpage or Facebook page.
Students in the Urban and Environmental Policy Planning (UEP) program can visit this webpage to learn about UEP-specific student organizations. The groups include: Intercultural Practice Group, People of Planning, Student Policy and Planning Association, Tufts Food Systems Planning Coalition, and Tufts Solidarity Education.
Students in the Fletcher School can visit this webpage to learn about student-run organizations in Fletcher. Examples of environmentally oriented groups include: Fletcher Energy and Environment Club, Fletcher Net Impact, Fletcher Food Policy Club, and more.
Students in the Friedman School of Nutrition can visit this webpage to learn about student-run organizations in Friedman. Examples of environmentally oriented groups include: Slow Food Tufts, The Tufts Food System Planning Coalition, Dig In! Nutrition Program, the Friedman Garden, and Friedman Food Policy Action Council.